Two Chefs and a Table

East Cambie

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Wine experts cultivate understanding of texture, flavour & pairing dynamics during two-hour wine paring with charcuterie meats & cheeses

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Promotional value expires May 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. 72hr cancellation notice required. Reservation required; subject to availability. Valid only for select session dates. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$75 for Two-Hour Wine-Pairing Class with Food ($150 Value)

Wine-pairing sessions take place at both 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. on the following dates:

  • Saturday, April 14
  • Sunday, April 15
  • Saturday, April 21
  • Sunday, April 22
  • Saturday, April 28
  • Sunday, April 29
  • Saturday, May 5
  • Sunday, May 6
  • Saturday, May 12 (if necessary)
  • Sunday, May 13 (if necessary)<p>

During two-hour 30-person wine-pairing courses, wine maven Paul Watkin and his cohort Keith Nicholson cultivate an understanding of texture, flavour, and pairing dynamics with six wines coupled with carefully selected charcuterie meats and cheeses. Paul’s experience includes edifying pupils at the Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts; Keith cut his vintner’s teeth overseeing the cellars and service at the fine-dining eateries Le Crocodile and Bearfoot Bistro. By course’s end, the teachers hope to impart the theory behind the art of pairing and the confidence for attendees to make their own pairings, whether cooking at home or on a space shuttle.

Two Chefs and a Table

Owners Karl Gregg and Allan Bosomworth channel their sundry culinary interests into Two Chefs and a Table, a French-cuisine-inspired bistro with a robust catering wing and a focus on delightful wines. Their laid-back eatery immerses diners in artful food preparation at the chef's table, where cooks prepare meals in the open to assuage the anxieties of claustrophobic cheeses.

The menu and its carefully selected complementary wines change with the season, variously sating appetites with fresh salmon, British Columbia boar, and a slew of other locally sourced ingredients. Occasional Wine Drinker dinners match themed five-course meals with ideal wines as patrons mingle in merriment. For special events and social gatherings, the catering service supplies appetizers and plated cuisine.

Customer Reviews

Great food and cozy. Good service.
Sid R. · December 11, 2011
The groupon wine pairing course didn't work out but were refunded and a free brunch offered. The brunch was spectacular and have to say just perfect. Great friendly service too. We will go back and recommend.
Bev P. · October 26, 2011

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